Melbourne Fashion Week has had a good run since it began on 23 Nov, but will soon come to a close onSunday 29 November 2020. Presented by City of Melbourne, it celebrates the best of Melbourne fashion and features a huge designer lineup, Premium Runways with the country's leading designers, industry workshops, exhibitions, parties, films, music, free fashion experiences and more.
See program here for the last three days (Fri 27 Nov - Sun 29 Nov 2020) left of runway and other events.
With the year we're having, it's not surprising that some events are held in person, and some digitally. Fashion Week has had to re-set, adjust and adapt how they support local designers and retailers while highlighting our love for fashion. Follow the Facebook page for updates and to rewatch some of the available videos. The remaining digital events are as follows.
Fri 7pm - Pop Up 3: Festive Season (repeat)
Sat 1-7pm - Restore
Sat 2pm, 3pm - Pop Up 4: Back to work
Sat 6pm - Pop Up 5: Flashback
Sat 7pm - Pop Up 5: Flashback (repeat)
Sun 2pm - Pop Up 6: Modern Tailoring
Sun 3pm - Pop Up 6: Modern Tailoring (repeat)
You can catch up on past events online via the videos on the website and get your inspiration for your next fashion purchase. From student collections to artistically presented Maticevski, you'll find it all. You'll also find in Coversation and Inside the Studio events via the same link which will take you through what inspired designers and what their concepts were.
Don't forget to walk through the city and find the fashion capsules presented by Creative Victoria,, running through to 29 Nov, so hurry in. There are a series of 7 exhibition capsules which are designed to spark intrigue and celebrate those involved in the fashion industry. You'll find them at Bourke St Mall, Queen Victoria Market, RMIT, Emporium Melbourne, Little Collins St, Southbank Promenade and Lygon Street
Our young and upcoming designers from fashion schools have managed to grab some of the spotlight at MFW, why not read more about them and find out what the fashion institutes have to offer if fashion features as one of your career options. Sustainability is not a bad or buzz word. It is the way of the future. This year has seen a re-set, adjust and adapt to a seasonless model to support local designers and retailers, while also championing a slower, more sustainable fashion cycle. Follow the link and find some interesting content about how labels have dedicated to ethical and environmental practices.
Fashion and food go hand in hand in our beautiful Melbourne and you need to check out M/FW Eats for some of our best restaurants to bring you exclusive offers to enjoy the event. Find special menus from Cumulus Inc., Hazel, Longrain, Lucy Liu, Maha, MoVida, Palermo and more. Indulge yourself in food and fashion for the weekend because we sure deserve it after a long stint in a chrysalis state in lockdown. Just go through the whole program for much more events like films etc and have a Happy Fashion and Food infused Weekend. Support local and shop the city!